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Jin Guohua met with guests from the Kyrgyz Republic

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Recently, Prof. Jin Guohua, President of Shanghai University of Political Science and Law met with Irat Asmanaev, Vice President of the Diplomatic Academy of Ministry of Foreign Affairs of the Kyrgyz Republic, and Su Bai, Director of Confucius Institute at Bishkek Humanities University at the Guest and Conference Center of the university.

The vice president Yan Li, the assistant principal and Director of theInternational Exchange Office Wang Wei, Secretary of the Institute of Applied Social Science Hu Rongen, Head of the School of International Affairs and Public Administration Yuan Shengyu, and Deputy Director of the International Exchange Office Cheng Xiao also attended the meeting.

During the meeting, the participants from the two sides put forward their advice and suggestions on issues related to the establishment and the development of China Institutefor SCO International Exchange and Judicial Cooperation (hereinafter, the center), joint undergraduate and graduate training, and academic cooperation.

Prof. Jin emphasized that the work related to the center is one of the most important issues on the agenda. As one of the SCO member states, Kyrgyzstan has cooperated with China in a wide rangeof areas. Hence, it is hoped that there will be a new breakthrough for the cooperation between the universities in future, and that their cooperation will provide amodel for universities from other countries in Central Asia.

Irat Asmanaev said that China is an important partner and a good neighbor of Kyrgyzstan, and that a close friendship has been built between the two countries. He expressed the willingness to join in the cooperation with Shanghai University of Political Science and Law, and hoped that they can play a role in establishing the center. Su Bai introduced the situation of the Confucius Institute at Bishkek Humanities University of the Kyrgyz Republic, and proposed many useful ideas of and suggestions on student and faculty exchange in future.

In response to the meeting, the Institute of Applied Social Science and the School of International Affairs and Public Administration organized seminars entitled “The Current State of Establishing China Institutefor SCO International Exchange and Judicial Cooperation and Its Future: Diverse Perspectives on Bilateral Cooperation” and “China-Kyrgyzstan Relations and Related Diplomatic Issues”, respectively. Both seminars received positive responses and high evaluations.